Daily Archives: August 1, 2019

Become a Stripper in Las Vegas

Plan to arrive in Las Vegas on a Monday through Friday as you won’t be able to do the necessary paperwork on the weekend. Also get started early in the morning, even though it’s Vegas, these government offices are only open during normal business hours.

When you come to Las Vegas make sure that you bring the following with you: 2 forms of Identification (driver’s license, state issued I.D., social security card, military I.D., DD214, U.S. passport, naturalization certificate, baptismal certificate, and Alien I.D. card) If you are under 25, a state issued birth certificate is also required. This is not negotiable, you will not get a Sheriffs Card without it. If you were not born in the United States, then you must bring one of the following: Naturalization Certificate; U.S. Passport, U.S. birth certificate; or Alien I.D. Card.

Research clubs online and make a list of places you would like to work. If you are over 21, you can work in any club in Las Vegas. If you are between the ages of 18-20, don’t despair! You can still work, but you are limited to the full nude clubs that do not serve alcohol.

When you arrive in Las Vegas, you will need to go to any club and get a signed referral slip. You will need this referral slip to get what is called the Las Vegas Sheriff’s Card. Basically it is just a state issued ID card for people who work in the casino and entertainment industry. The club where you get the referral doesn’t have to be where you plan to work; you just need the paperwork. Just walk in and tell them that you are a dancer looking for a job and you want a referral slip for a Sheriff’s Card. They hear this often, …

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Before Calling for Emergency Plumbing on Your Flooded Toilet

Your toilet is used daily. There is just no way around it unless you decided to go on vacation. You need your toilet to flush properly and without fail. Unfortunately, clogs happen, usually at the most inconvenient times, and worse of all when the toilet starts overflowing all over the place.

Once your toilet does start overflowing there isn’t much you can do in the way of preventing it, you just got to go with the flow. (Get it? Flow… ). Be sure you are prepared for the worst by following these emergency plumbing tips.

Stop it at the source

If your toilet starts overflowing, the immediate action that must be taken is to stop the flow of water coming from the toilet. In most bathrooms the best place to find this is the toilet’s main shutoff valve. You can most likely see the water line from your toilet to the bathroom wall, along with a handle somewhere along the line. If you don’t see it, it could be that your valve is behind a wall or below the floor tiles. If that’s the case you’ll want to talk to a plumber about modifications to gain access. Other than shutting the main water valve to your house off, the toilet valve is the only way to fully stop the flooding.

Because your valve most likely isn’t turned very often, it may be very sticky or rusted making it harder to turn. It’s a good idea to turn the valve every few weeks to ensure its easily accessible when the unthinkable does happen.

… And if that doesn’t work

If your toilet is overflowing and you can’t get the shutoff valve to turn, the next stop should be the inside of the toilet tank. Go ahead and remove the lid on …

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